COVER: Scott Turow's new novel, The Burden of Proof, shows again why he is the Bard of the Litigious Age
Is he a lawyer who writes novels or a novelist who is a lawyer? In practice, as he demonstrated in his best-selling Presumed Innocent, Turow is both; his fiction bridges the divide between the popular and the serious, and the subject that keeps his readers turning pages is deeper than satisfactory verdicts. The pertinent evidence involves the redemption of souls.
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Trying to put the cold...